CASE STUDY BY POPPIN
Managed by Q
- COMPANY SIZE
- New York City
- Office Services
When Managed by Q moved to a new office, they needed to create an open, collaborative workspace
They wanted a clean and polished look that reflected their brand and made their employees excited to come to work.
- Create a layout that accommodates different working styles
- Represent the brand with a clean, polished look
- Make employees feel at home with a comfortable workspace
- Series A Desk System with Max Task Chairs and Stow File Cabinets
- Breakout spaces for collaboration equipped with Charcoal Upbeat Stools
- Simple and neutral color palette
To make a clean black and white palette feel modern and inviting, try incorporating additional furniture and accessories in neutral hues with varying textures for added warmth and dimension.
Mix + Match
We helped customize the space by combining White Series A Desks with Dark Gray Max Task Chairs and Black Stow File Cabinets for a clean, high-contrast look that complements the modern office and reflects their brand.
Managed by Q values a creative and collaborative office environment, so we designed breakout spaces to encourage team brainstorms or informal meetings.
Working with Poppin was great — I couldn't have done it without our rep! Our engineers love their Series L desks so much, we're filling our next office with standing desks, too.
Linsay Martino, Director of Facilities
By creating separate work zones throughout the office, Managed by Q has several designated workspaces for private work, collaborative thinking, and formal meetings.
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